Geoff McFetridge1

Geoff McFetridge is a Los Angeles based artist and filmmaker. A graduate of Cal Arts, he has worked primarily in the world of graphic design, creating graphics and logotypes for companies such as ESPN, Burton Snowboards, Nike, Girl Skateboards, Stussy and others. His first foray into galleries was a 1997 solo exhibition at George’s in Los Angeles. The show introduced his work to photographer and filmmaker Sofia Coppola who commissioned him to create the title graphics for her 1999 film, The Virgin Suicides. McFetridge has since mounted exhibitions of his work in New York, Berlin, London, Paris and Tokyo and was included in the 2003 Cooper-Hewitt National Design Triennial, New York. In addition to prints, his installations have included everything from furniture, film, fabrics and silkscreened wallpaper. Outside the art world, McFetridge’s designs have been featured on t-shirts, album covers, stickers, buttons, patches, and even athletic shoes.